DSO on the Go: New World Symphony

DSO on the Go: New World Symphony

Sunday, January 20 at 6 p.m. 

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra will return to our church on January 20 to present Dvořák’s New World Symphony, conducted by Krzysztof Urbański and featuring concert pianist Jan Lisiecki. A Performance Prelude will be presented at 5 by Dr. David Bard-Schwarz, Professor of Music at the University of North Texas. General admission costs $19 for adults and $5 for students (use promo code STUJAN). There is also a buy one ticket, get one half off promotion when you use promo code CHOPIN. Purchase your tickets today to enjoy an evening of beautiful music.

2 Comments
  • Becky Richardson
    Posted at 18:37h, 13 January Reply

    Is student pricing include college students?

    • Blake McCurdy
      Posted at 00:23h, 16 January Reply

      From the Dallas Symphony Orchestra website:
      “Students at the high school level and above should present a valid student ID at the box office to purchase or pick up concert tickets.”
      I would believe that college students would also be included

      https://www.mydso.com/buy/student-tickets

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